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Alabama earthquakes, tornadoes, oddities

GOD COMMANDS the stormy winds.
For He spoke and raised up a stormy wind, Which lifted up the waves of the sea.
Psalm 107:25

There have been major earthquakes in 3 zones in USA:
the New Madrid fault across Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee;
the Wabash Valley fault in Illinois and Indiana;
and the East Tennessee Seismic Zone that runs into Alabama.

* I tried to combine all threads on Mississippi and accidently deleted the entire thing  - TWICE!!
Here are past years - I locked threads.

ARKANSAS tornadoes, earthquakes, odd weather

Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Minnesota 2012

Joplin MO etc tornadoes May 2011

Tornadoes in the south * 2011-12

HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!

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Alabama tornadoes kill 215
April 27, 2011
  -  77 people were killed in 4 states.
Large, violent tornadoes killed at least 77 people across the South, and the death toll will rise.
Most died in Alabama.
Deaths also reported in Mississippi, Georgia and Tennessee.

The weather channel was warning of a tornado emergency.
Debris from HUGE tornado picked up in Tuscaloosa and dropped from the sky in Birmingham!!
April 2011 Likely to Set Record for Most Tornadoes
There have been over 700 reports of tornadoes in the U.S. in April 2011.

April 27th tornado outbreak started in Mississippi Wednesday afternoon and continued into Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and Georgia with large, long-track tornadoes touching down.
A very large tornado hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama after 6 pm EDT with complete devastation reported of area businesses and apartments.
Tornadoes touched down around Birmingham.

Terrible  Tuscaloosa  Twister
One HUGE tornado in Alabama was unlike anything I have ever seen, like a movie monster.  
A mile wide tornado devastated Tuscaloosa Alabama.
Damage reported to DCH Medical Center and the University Mall. Central High School football field was hit. The roof of the press box was ripped up along with bleachers.
Tuscaloosa Mayor said hospitals so full they must turn people away.  Pray for us.  Sections of the city near the University of Alabama have been destroyed, and city infrastructure is devastated.
Storms dealt a severe blow to the TVA causing 3 nuclear reactors in Alabama to shut and knocking out 11 high-voltage power lines.

VIDEO - click lower right for full screen

VIDEO - Tornado that went through Tuscaloosa

Video of EF4 Tuscaloosa tornado taken from the University Mall parking lot.
Probably the closest video to the storm your going to see.  Scary just watching it.



Alabama tornadoes
April 27, 2011  A deadly tornado stretching a mile wide tore through downtown Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Wednesday evening, destroying homes and buildings and bringing further damage to a region already battered by storms.

Yeah - being from North Texas, while this is nothing new, since my 5 years of living here, it's never been THIS bad. We could FEEL what happened in OK and AR all the way down to here(ie-they almost cancelled classes at the univ on Monday).

Tornadoes leave at Least 294 dead
April  29,  2011
  April 2011 has been a horrific month for severe weather so far with nearly 900 reports of tornadoes, hundreds of deaths and unthinkable destruction.

Alabama tornado
January 23, 2012
— Two people were killed in the Birmingham area as storms pounded the South and Midwest.  The storms were part of a system that stretched from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf of Mexico.  Tornadoes were spotted in Arkansas as storms moved through parts of the South and Midwest prompting reports of damaged homes and tornado warnings in some areas.
The National Weather Service says it's received reports of damage to homes and other buildings in Alabama.
In Arkansas, there were possible tornadoes in Arkansas, Dallas, Lonoke, Prairie and Cleveland counties Sunday night.

Ohio to south tornadoes
2 March 2012
Stronger twisters and extreme weather are expected today to again hit the areas of the Midwest and South rattled earlier this week by 33 confirmed tornadoes that left 13 people dead.
A large area of the country stretching from the Ohio Valley into the deep South was currently under threat of severe weather early this morning.  8 reports of damaging winds and/or severe hail, all reported in parts of Alabama and Georgia.

Reported tornadoes hit Alabama homes, prison
2 Mar 2012
— Reported tornadoes destroyed several houses and hit a maximum security prison in northern Alabama as bad weather threatened more twisters across the region Friday, two days after a storm system killed 13 people in the Midwest and South.
Huntsville said people have been injured in Madison County and Meridianville.
As of 4:50 pm the weather service had 22 active tornado warnings out plus urgent tornado watches that spanned 12 states.

Tornado outbreak of 59
Tennessee and Ohio Valley, Towns destroyed, state of emergency in Kentucky

* As careful as I try to be when combining threads, I posted this to Ark. duh!

Tornadoes cause damage, injuries in Miss., Ala.
April 28, 2014
— Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles as they barreled through the South.  6 deaths in Alabama from a tornado.
Thousands without power in Alabama and Kentucky, where severe storms caused widespread damages.  Tornado watches and warnings around Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.

A half-mile-wide tornado carved an 80-mile path of destruction through the suburbs of Little Rock, Arkansas killing 15.
2 dead in northern Alabama.

3.0 earthquake Alabama  
June 6, 2015
-  A 3.0 earthquake W of Montgomery Alabama  
31 miles SW of Tuscaloosa, Alabama

BornAgain2 wrote:
Thank you for posting this - I was born in AL(and lived there for 9 years) - yes, earthquakes are literally unheard of there! Shocked

ALABAMA 3.0 earthquakes confuse the 'pros'
June 13, 2015 -
 3.0 mag 15km NW of Eutaw, Alabama
Main stream media is reporting the uptick in earthquake activity in Alabama.
Pros claim they dont know what is causing them.

OLD WELLS FRACTURING due to major Craton pressure.  The fractured wells are releasing liquid under pressure into the surrounding bedrock, which then places unwanted hydraulic pressure on the fault zones below, ultimately causing earthquakes.

Large former oil / gas pumping operation that was directly at the location.  The NEW operations have been moved a few miles Northeast – surrounding the city of Tuscaloosa directly.
USGS has been DELETING earthquakes in an attempt to protect the oil/gas producers, and obfuscate basic science!

Swarm of earthquakes rattles rural Alabama
June 13, 2015 -  Jim Sterling didn’t know what had hit his home when an earthquake struck Alabama’s old plantation region last November. He heard a boom and felt the shaking.
He went out and found horses were galloping, cows mooing and dogs barking.
More than a dozen weak earthquakes have followed.

USGS records show the first of 14 earthquakes occurred on Nov. 20, when a magnitude 3.8 earthquake was recorded about 10 miles northwest of the community of Eutaw. The second occurred in mid-December, followed by another in January and 3 on Feb. 19 within a few hours of each other.  The tremors have continued ever since.

They are discounting hydraulic fracturing or “fracking,” a process for extracting underground oil or natural gas that has been blamed for earthquake swarms elsewhere, including Oklahoma. Wastewater is sometimes injected underground, a method the government has blamed for quakes.
Greene County is on the edge of Alabama’s primary region for oil and gas production.

^^ I read that Yahoo article earlier today - yes, we are living in borrowed times now.

4.0 earthquake SW of Tuscaloosa, Alabama
June 30, 2015
Christmas storm woes continue as tornado hits Alabama

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A tornado touched down in north-central Alabama, including part of Birmingham, in the latest wave of severe weather that's hammered the South during Christmas week.

The funnel was spotted by witnesses outside the city about 5 p.m. Friday. An hour later the National Weather service confirmed that first responders were on the scene along Jefferson Avenue, a working class neighborhood less than 10 miles from downtown Birmingham.

Lt. Sean Edwards, a Birmingham police spokesman, said trees are down and people were trapped inside damaged houses, adding that several people were taken to hospitals for treatment of minor injuries, but further details were not immediately available.

Ruthie Green went door-to-door in a coat and a bicycle helmet to check on neighbors after the storm and swept debris from her front porch as more emergency responders arrived in the neighborhood.

"I been listening to the news all day so I was kind of preparing," Green said. When the tornado warning came up on her iPad, Green said she ran to a closet.

"Then I heard the big roaring, it didn't last more than three minutes," Green said. "I just laid down and just kept praying."

U.S. Facing Upside-down Holiday Weather PatternPlay videoU.S. Facing Upside-down Holiday Weather Pattern
Green said she was unsure of whether any neighbors had been injured or killed down the block where several homes were destroyed.

"We probably won't know anything until daylight comes," she said. "I'm hoping that everybody got out all right."

"Details are still sketchy," said Jason Holmes, a National Weather Service meteorologist.

Elsewhere in the region, where the weather had calmed, dozens of people faced Christmas having lost their homes and possessions. But many they said they were thankful to see another Christmas.

Tony Goodwin ducked into a storm shelter with seven others as a storm pounded Tennessee and other states in the southeastern U.S. He emerged to find his house in Linden had been knocked off its foundation and hurled down a hill by high winds.

Goodwin's neighbors weren't so fortunate. Two people in one home were killed.

"It makes you thankful to be alive with your family," he said.

Unseasonably warm weather helped spawn torrential rain and deadly tornadoes that by Friday had left at least 15 people dead and dozens of families homeless.

On Friday, parts of Mississippi remained under a flood warning. Weather forecasters from the National Weather Service warned that a strong storm crossing the central part of the state could produce hail and winds of more than 40 mph. The storm was bringing with it the risk of falling trees, downed power lines and flash flooding, officials said.

But that didn't stop some from spending their Christmas giving rather than receiving.

Nicholas Garbacz, disaster program manager for the American Red Cross of North Mississippi, said members of the Marine Corps brought donated toys to a center in Holly Springs for children whose families were hit hard by the storms. Two of the seven people killed in Mississippi were from the Holly Springs area.

Dozens of children and their families showed up Friday morning to pick up a toy or other items they might need to recover from the storm, Garbacz said.

More severe weather was also in store for parts of Georgia and Tennessee that were again being pounded with rain. Residents were warned to brace for flash flooding and possible tornadoes.

Among the dead were eight people from Mississippi, including a 7-year-old boy who perished while riding in a car that was swept up and tossed by storm winds.

Six people were killed in Tennessee, including three who were found in a car submerged in a creek, according to the Columbia Police Department. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency said the victims were a 19-year-old female and two 22-year-old males.

One person died in Arkansas, and dozens of homes were damaged or destroyed.

As the rain continued to fall, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley on Friday issued an emergency declaration that covers any part of the state experiencing flash flooding. Officials in southeast Alabama are particularly concerned, as Pea River is approaching record-levels near the town of Elba, which has a history of severe flooding.

Dozens of people were injured in earlier storms, some seriously, said Greg Flynn, spokesman for the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency.

The agency said in a statement Friday night that there were reports of another death and another person missing.

"This increases the number of deaths to eight, and the number of missing persons to two," according to the statement.

Search teams combed damaged homes and businesses for people still missing, a hunt made complicated because so many had left for the holidays.

Peak tornado season in the South is in the spring, but such storms can happen at any time. Exactly a year ago, tornadoes hit Mississippi, killing five people and injuring dozens.

Barbara Perkins was told Thursday by an insurance agent that her storm-damaged home in Falkner, Mississippi, was a complete loss. But Perkins — who survived the storm hunkered down inside a closet with her husband — said she was happy just to be alive. Two neighbors had died in the storm that swept across the southeastern U.S. earlier this week.

"You kind of stop and realize what Christmas is all about," Perkins said.

Gas price rising  
Sep 18, 2016
-  A pipeline section failed that runs from Mississippi to Atlanta.
Fuel supplies in 5 states affected – Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and the Carolinas.
Gasoline leak from a pipeline near Helena, Alabama found Sept. 9.  Colonial Pipeline is beginning construction of a temporary pipeline that will bypass a leaking section in Shelby County, Alabama. Forum Index -> EARTH, Quakes, Weather
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